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... to have this unforgettable experience. For the last day I took the final exam in the morning and then ate one of the best meals I have had in Spain for lunch. My Mama made us home-made fajitas which were absolutely delicious. I then took a siesta and went shopping. I was very happy with what I had bought. Although I didn’t have time to get shoes or find a bathing suit that fit, I was still able to buy cute clothes. I bought a ...
Hoy fuimos el
tram para ir a la playa de San Juan, una playa hacia 30 minutos en tram de
Alicante. La playa allí es mucho menos abarrotada, así que es un poco más
agradable. Todas las playas aquí son muy limpias y muy bonitas con relación a
la playa en Maryland. El agua es tan azul y claro que puedes ver casi todo
debajo del agua. Tomamos una siesta en la playa, y después, todos nosotros
estábamos refrescados. Para ...
... before it got too hot.
The campsite we stayed in in Rugat was interesting for a number of different reasons. Firstly it had its own lake with a good selection of water fowl, a heathly population of red squirrels, and a workforce almost entirely British. Not sure how they all ended up in Rugat but it was a bit bizarre. ...
... damaged heavily after explosions from attacks from Great
Britain. Maya also showed us carvings made by people during the Spanish civil
war. After our tour of the castle, we walked down the mountain into the quaint neighborhood
of Santa Cruz. Although the beautiful homes here seemed as if they would be
pricy, Maya informed us that it is actually a very poor community. This
concluded what was one of my favorite excursions of our trip. ...
Today after class I had attended the Archeological Museum of Alicante. I really enjoyed this museum because I was able to learn about the various methods and techniques that are associated with archaeology, the local geography of Alicante and periods in history that influenced the development of this port city. In the museum, there are three galleries dedicated to: Field Archaeology, Urban Archaeology and Underwater Archaeology. I found these ...